Mercedes Benz confirms plans to launch the A 45 AMG
|   Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Mercedes Benz Corporation has confirmed that the all new A 45 AMG will officially be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2013. The vehicle is set to be unveiled a year after the idea was officially conceived and this will be the first Mercedes Benz A Class vehicle to officially make it to the public view.

Mercedes Benz has also launched the M 135i to compete in the highly challenging hatch back segment of the European market and as far as Mercedes Benz is confirmed, the officials have fixed a July 2013 launch for the vehicle.
The price and other technical specifications are yet to be announced, however unofficial talks are on that the vehicle could be available for something close to 36,000 Pounds.

An extra performance package is also available as standard from the factory for an additional cost of 3000 Pounds. The proto type is ready and this will be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show 2013. The images for the first generation A Class vehicles have been made available and the vehicle has received quite an amount of exterior modification.

With an extra touch of visual balance, the vehicle features an enhanced aggressiveness and 18 inch multi spoke wheels as standard on the machine. A high profile 235 / 40 Dunlop standard tires are present on the vehicle and the overall ride height has been decreased. These results in better control and the chromed tail pipes enhance the meanness of the A 45 AMG.

The A 135i is the first AMG hatch back to feature a 2.0 liter turbo charged engine and direct fuel injected petrol engine is included among a batch of new machines that has recently been unveiled as the A 250 CGi. With twin scroll turbo chargers with a maximum of 1.8 boost pressure, the transversely mounted engine provides a total of 349 BHP @ 6600 RPM.

The M 135i has a 3.0 liter turbo charged engine with six in line cylinders producing a total of 316 BHP with 332 ft lb of torque. A seven speed automated transmission system with a dual clutch transmission system with four wheel drive. The clutch has been designed especially at the Mercedes Benz factory at Stuttgart, Germany and this is the secret behind the smooth flow of power from the engine to the drive train.

The multi plate four wheel drive power train option was designed especially by the Austrian engineering firm Magna and Mercedes Benz claims that the vehicle will accelerate to 60 MPH in about 5.1 seconds. Featuring a top speed of 155 MPH, the A 45 AMG is one of the best upcoming vehicles from Mercedes Benz.

The vehicle is expected to be quite economic too and sporting a combined fuel economy of 40 MPG, the A 45 AMG is quite an economic choice. Featuring Macpherson strut suspension as standard, the A 45 AMG features a high performance drive train option and the vehicle features the same chassis and drive train as that of the A 250.
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